(Photo: Libya Herald)
The Tripoli-based Libyan Audit Bureau has frozen the bank accounts of 100 companies and individuals suspected of abusing public funds.
The frozen bank accounts represent 38 companies and 62 individuals in 6 different Libyan banks and are to face charges of ‘’currency smuggling’’ and using ‘’fake official documents’’.
It will be recalled that in October 2015 the Audit Bureau had announced a freeze on 160 individual and company accounts. These included companies and members of the Husni Bey Group.
The original article can be found at libyaherald.com